Definition of 'blackcurrant'
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Example sentences containing 'blackcurrant'
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Ingrid frowned again as she buttered her roll and scraped a portion of blackcurrant jam on it. COVER STORY (2003)Isobel has a bottle of blackcurrant cordial and a piece of tissue containing an unspecified number of antihistamine tablets. MUSIC FOR BOYS (2003)We've got... er... Pernod and black, or we do a very nice blackcurrant with Pernod. MUSIC FOR BOYS (2003)
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Translations for 'blackcurrant'
British English: blackcurrant /ˌblækˈkʌrənt/ NOUN
Blackcurrants are very small, dark purple fruits that grow in bunches.
- American English: blackcurrant
- Arabic: كِشْمِش أَسْوَد
- Brazilian Portuguese: groselha preta
- Chinese: 黑醋栗
- Croatian: crni ribiz
- Czech: černý rybíz
- Danish: solbær
- Dutch: zwarte bes
- European Spanish: grosella negra
- Finnish: mustaviinimarja
- French: cassis
- German: Johannisbeere
- Greek: φραγκοστάφυλο
- Italian: ribes nero
- Japanese: クロスグリ
- Korean: 블랙커런트
- Norwegian: solbær
- Polish: czarna porzeczka
- European Portuguese: groselha preta
- Romanian: coacăz negru
- Russian: черная смородина
- Spanish: grosella negra
- Swedish: svart vinbär
- Thai: ผลแบล็คเคอแรนต์
- Turkish: kuşüzümü
- Ukrainian: чорна смородина
- Vietnamese: quả lý chua đen
Definition of blackcurrant from the Collins English Dictionary
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